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BIOGRAPHIES



FASHION DIARY


THE FIRST ITALIAN FASHION SHOW - CHINA 1988


THE FIRST ITALIAN FASHION SHOW - RUSSIA 1995


FUTURBALLA


AWARDS


PORTRAITS


CHAMPIONS



ROMA di Laura Biagiotti

WOMAN FRAGRANCE

OLFACTORY FAMILY
Spicy oriental

HEAD NOTES
Bitter orange
Tyme
Lemon
Blackcurrant
Red fruits

BOTTOM NOTES
Vanilla
Sandalwood
Myrrh
Benzoin
Balsam of Perù

HEART NOTES
Orange blossom
Gentian
Roman Camomille
Lavender
Tuberose

WOMAN FRAGRANCE

OLFACTORY FAMILY
Spicy oriental

HEAD NOTES
Bitter orange
Tyme
Lemon
Blackcurrant
Red fruits

BOTTOM NOTES
Vanilla
Sandalwood
Myrrh
Benzoin
Balsam of Perù

HEART NOTES
Orange blossom
Gentian
Roman Camomille
Lavender
Tuberose

MAN FRAGRANCE

OLFACTORY FAMILY
Woody oriental

HEAD NOTES
Grapefruit
Tangerine
Laurel
Basil

BOTTOM NOTES
Oakmoss
Amber
Musk
Vanilla

HEART NOTES
Geranium
Massoia wood
Cedarwood
sandalwood

MAN FRAGRANCE

OLFACTORY FAMILY
Woody oriental

HEAD NOTES
Grapefruit
Tangerine
Laurel
Basil

BOTTOM NOTES
Oakmoss
Amber
Musk
Vanilla

HEART NOTES
Geranium
Massoia wood
Cedarwood
sandalwood

THE DESIGN

The shape of the bottles is a column that represents the classical standards of the eternal beauty. The column tells a story that has no beginning and promises to last forever. The mat glass of the bottles is ribbed and gives a glimpse of the warm sensuality of the essence: a soft amber for the female version, stealing sensations to the ancient Roman stones illuminated by the sunset; a vigorous gold for the male version, which reveals the strength and freshness of its mysterious and seductive notes.

THE RESTORATIONS

“My city has given me so much and I have tried to give something back by restoring, through Laura Biagiotti Parfums’ support, Michelangelo’s Cordonata staircase on the Capitoline Hill and the fountains in Piazza Farnese.”

Laura Biagiotti

THE RESTORATIONS

“My city has given me so much and I have tried to give something back by restoring, through Laura Biagiotti Parfums’ support, Michelangelo’s Cordonata staircase on the Capitoline Hill and the fountains in Piazza Farnese.”

Laura Biagiotti